In finding that the mailed notice met state and federal due process requirements, the court stated that the "[s]tate must attempt to provide actual notice
, not that it must provide actual notice
," and that "the notice [should be] reasonably calculated, under all the circumstances, to apprise interested parties of the action and afford them an opportunity to present their objections." (4) Consistent with this methodology, F.S.
The taxpayer claimed that he did not receive actual notice
of the deficiency until 1995, when he met with an IRS agent in connection with an unrelated matter.
Creditors must be given actual notice
of the bankruptcy case to enable them to file a proof of claim in a timely manner.
More importantly, there was no evidence in these cases that the IRS had either actual notice
of, or reason to suspect, the taxpayers' incapacity.
1) A beneficiary must have actual notice
of the withdrawal right;
However, the third party must have actual notice
or knowledge (within the meaning of Sec.
Such a process will increase the likelihood that off-site owners will receive timely (or any) actual notice
, and will save the association time "stuffing" envelopes and the expense of postage.
"His formal notice period seems to have begun only after his actual notice
period had ended"
is just what the term implies, and a business commonly receives actual notice
by way of a letter accusing it of infringing a particular patent.